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Authentic Reunion Items From Confederate Civil War Veterans
Misc. Non-Excavated
Great Looking Civil War Confederate Veteran's U.C.V. Reunion Coat with South Carolina Buttons
Item #: A6731
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Here is a beautifully displaying uniform from after the Civil War. This is the style that was worn by the Confederate veterans of the Civil War that were members of the United Confederate Veterans or U.C.V. The U.C.V. was the largest organization for Confederate Civil War veterans. This one was designed for an cavalry officer and we know this because of the golden yellow trim as well as the Black on the collar insignia and sleeve trim. The designs on the sleeves let us know it was worn by an officer. The three stars on the collar are for a General's rank. As you can see this coat has a good bit of wear with some holes but still displays beautifully. It is the double-breasted version that has the 2 rows of 9 buttons going down the front of the coat. The spacing of the buttons denote the General's rank. All of the buttons have been replaced and they used post-Civil War South Carolina buttons as you see. They look great on the front of the coat. The coat is missing all of the buttons on the reverse. When you open up the coat your greeted by the original cloth chest and sleeve linings and they look great as you can see with some wear. You can see some of the ink label in the lining but it is now illegible. This was probably a post Civil War maker's marking that someone marked out to try to pass it off as a Civil War production but it is definitely made after the Civil War and is priced accordingly. This is a wonderful display coat that would likely date from around 1900.

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